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The Conservatives will launch a drive to "wipe out" Labour as soon as the party chooses its new leader, candidate Liz Kendall warns during a TV debate.
A woman who went missing with her four children amid fears they may have been heading from London to Syria has been arrested on her return to the UK, police say.
Britain's Andy Murray fights back from two sets down to beat Frenchman Adrian Mannarino and keep his US Open hopes intact.
David Cameron has said the UK will fulfil its "moral responsibilities" over refugees fleeing to Europe from Syria.
Greg Rutherford wins the IAAF Diamond League long jump title in Zurich and insists it helps him beat his "demons".
A stuttering England batting display hands Australia a 59-run victory at Southampton in their first one-day international.
A US judge orders a Kentucky official jailed for contempt of court after she has repeatedly refused to issue marriage licences to gay couples.
The government rejects a request from a group of football supporters to investigate the rental of the Olympic Stadium to West Ham United.
The UK should take in 25,000 refugees over the next six months, former Labour Home Secretary David Blunkett tells the BBC's Newsnight.
Lewis Hamilton expresses his opposition to the idea of his Mercedes team supplying Red Bull with engines in the future.
Britain's Jo Konta stuns ninth seed and Wimbledon finalist Garbine Muguruza in an epic second round contest at the US Open.
Scuffles have broken out west of the Hungarian capital, Budapest, after police tried to force migrants off a train at a refugee camp.
After a series of fatal incidents Formula 1 drivers have admitted they are open to the idea of closed cockpits.
Lewis Hamilton on his new hairstyle, why he loves to travel the world and finding the right balance in life.
Political and cultural divisions that have emerged during this crisis were vividly exposed in Brussels on Thursday, the BBC's Chris Morris reports.
Prime Minister David Cameron is set to be invited to address the European Parliament about British renegotiation of its EU membership.
Why Disney is hosting an 18-hour toy unboxing marathon - and what has made the unboxing phenomenon so popular?
The Scottish government says plans to close regional police call centres are to be delayed in the wake of delays in investigating a fatal crash on the M9.
The father of a three-year-old Syrian boy found drowned on a beach in Turkey tells the BBC of the family's fatal voyage trying to reach Europe.
Rambler Stephen Gough vows to continue his protest